canvas

[ kan-vuh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF canvas

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Last of all, there was the explosion, the carrying off of the coin in its canvas sacks to the horses.

Kingozi dropped into the canvas chair, fumbled for a pipe, filled and lighted it.

All else on his canvas is subordinated to the grim image of the colossal Puritan.

That scrubby menagerie had not gained in dignity from its transference to canvas walls.

The chariots, some of them still hooded in canvas, were very small and tarnished.

It was there that my difficulty lay: I had prepared too big a canvas for him.

That canvas said everything; it was the best lesson of things that could be seen.

A burnt stick and a barn door served Wilkie in lieu of pencil and canvas.

He closed on the canvas with his teeth and gave a gentle tug.

Some of them had old leather grips or canvas bags, but many had no luggage at all.

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